One Plus 9 Pro And One Plus 9 Users Once again Will get a New Update On Android 12 After a Problematic(Buggy) Update-

OnePlus has released an update to OxygenOS that is based the Android 12. It is available for OnePlus 9 as well as OnePlus 9 Pro customers. The company announced that the update will fix problems and fix bugs that were introduced with the previous update. Notably, the prior update was released only last week, however the company had to halt it after users reported issues and bugs, among other problems.

According to a blog posted from OnePlus, “In this build we focused on resolving the most common issues complained about recently, such as disconnect from the mobile data in some scenarios phone notifications not showing up freezing issues, some issues with display, etc. The update has been rolled out to the majority of users, and will release incrementally.”

The most recent version is listed as C.39 The previous version is C.36. People who didn’t upgrade from C.36 should wait until they update to the most recent version so they can determine if it has been stable, bug free, or not. According to OnePlus reports, the top reported problems with the previous update are the inability to connect with mobile networks, notifications from phones were not displayed, freezing of the system’s UI as well as display issues.

According to OnePlus they are working on issues such as autofilling issues like autofill Google Chrome, the temporary absence of access to Ultra HD 48M / AUX camera on GCam will be resolved “in the follow-up update plan”.

As always, the update will be made available to all users but in a gradual way, so OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro users will need to wait for at the very least a few days.

New features and enhancements

With the new update, users of the OnePlus 9 and the OnePlus 9 Pro users will have access to the entire set of Android 12 features such as hibernation, mic and camera indicator and approximate location permissions, and many more.

In addition, the latest OxygenOS update offers more flexible levels of systemwide dark mode, enhancements to the Cards on the Shelf and Work-Life Balance 2.0 and the ability to switch layouts using the pinch gesture, enhancements to previews of images, and more.

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